That's right. Mugi and company are back for their London adventure. Prepare yourselves for another year of K-On! themed posts here on Japanator. Sentai has promised that the show will be released "soon" on Blu-ray and DVD, in both subtitled and dubbed format, replete with "extensive extras."
Gird those loins, gentlemen. We're about to have a moe explosion.
Colorful, meanwhile, is a title I'm not too familiar with, but excited for nonetheless. One of Sentai's other niches is artistic titles -- they brought us Makoto Shinkai's works -- and Colorful fits that vein perfectly. Winner of an Excellence Prize in 2010's Japanese Media Arts Festival, this is a story of ghosts attempting to unravel the mystery behind a 14-year-old boy's suicide in order to earn a chance at redemption.
As with K-On!, Colorful will arrive soon on dual-language Blu-ray and DVD, as well as the typical digital distribution channels.
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